Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Android phones report

It seems as though electronics giant, Sony, has not only been maintaining its own portable gaming product line, but also keeping its eyes on the growing android phones application marketplace. With over 200k applications reportedly available as of this past holiday, Sony plans on jumping on board and offering entertainment software from its vast PlayStation catalog.
This announcement arrives almost in parallel with the reveal of Sony’s Next Generation PSP portable gaming system.
The android tablets gaming platform called the “PlayStation Suite” is being readied for developers and publishers to make the move to the android phone platform under the famous Sony PlayStation label. The announcement comes at a time when the growing number and popularity of android tablet based devices is at a high, while reputable games from well-known sources are low and in demand. EA, for example, recently released flagship titles including The Sims 3, and Need for Speed for cheap android phones devices last year. By working with both game developers and hardware manufacturers, Sony is pushing to put its oiwn popular PlayStation games in cheap android tablets owners’ hands by year end. Initial content is reported to be entertainment titles from the original PlayStation (PS1) library which would ultimately be available through a proprietary application marketplace operated by Sony.

The prospect of playing classic PlayStation titles on an android phones wholesale, however, won’t come without its obstacles. For starters, android tablets wholesale, including both phones and tablets, will need to be running at least Android’s newest OS release, “Gingerbread” 2.3 for compatibility. Devices that would be running the PlayStation content would also need to be hardware tested and logo certified.
The Pursuing Blog Submit is from Associated Content and brought to the public by compare wholesale android tablets.
As with the evolution of PCs, graphics hardware is becoming an important feature for smartphones as screen resolutions increase along with the screen size. For example, the Galaxy II uses a 4.3-inch, 800x480 WVGA AMOLED display. And other phones, like the Motorola Droid Bionic, sport a resolution of 540x960. The better the graphics silicon, the faster it can push around all those pixels used for gaming and mulitmedia apps.
Samsung says the Exynos 4210 chip also has a feature that supports WSVGA resolution of two main LCD displays and 1080p HDTV display, simultaneously. "This is possible due to the capability of Exynos 4210 to support separate post processing pipelines," Samsung said.

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